The problem of violence is still a challenge for all environments involved in providing support and assistance for families. Despite many social and governmental programs to counteract the abuse of family members, violence is still present in the everyday life of many women, children, the elderly and the disabled. This study focuses primarily on the old age and the disability related to it, which are important risk factors that expose to violence and degrading treatment. The aim of the research was a preliminary diagnosis of the occurrence of simultaneous experience of many forms of violence by seniors with disabilities. The obtained results indicate that 36% of the seniors with disabilities participating in the study experience multiple victimization and that the level of elders’ education, their place of residence and financial situation show a statistically significant relationship with the experience of multiple victimisation.